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Water the most valuable and yet vital substance known to mankind Without it our bodies would malfunction and we would eventually all die This majestic substance has a character that is found in no other place on earth However water can cause catastrophic events to occur one of them being a flood A Great Flood The flood that inundated the Black Sea in about 5600 BC Much say the flood never occurred others say it has The Great Flood as described in Noahs Ark and in the Epic of Gilgamesh has caused much controversy but it seems as though the Great Flood did in fact take place around 5600 BC Ryan and Pitman have found evidence that maybe the Great Flood did in fact take place However as usual there is always controversy over events of this nature Over the years Pitman and Ryan Noticed that bits and pieces of evidence supporting their theory began to arise but nothing conclusive In 1993 Shimkus invited the duo on a two-week cruise The deal was that for part of the trip Ryan and Pitman would help the Shimkus team with its work collecting and analysing sediment for traces of fallout from Chernobyl In return the Russians had to help Ryan and Pitman One of the two crucial pieces of equipment was the CHIRP This was a 2 metre long torpedo-shaped echolocating sensor This was vital in providing Ryan and Pitman with substantial evidence to back up their theory CHIRP would allow the scientists to see a vertical profile of the sediments like a slice through large multilayered chocolate cakeMestel-26 They found that the sediments were spread thinly over the shallow inshore waters but were piled up where the seafloor plunged much like deposits at a great river delta This was just what you would expect if silt was being washed into the sea by a river and was slopping off the shelf into deeper water
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